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The two bearings that come with the yoyo are the same width so why is there a longer and a shorter axle supplied with it? What is the shorter axle for?
Am i correct to assume that the bearing is not on the yo-yo is the responsive or unresponsive bearing, and if so, how would you go about swapping the bearings
The unresponsive bearing is sloped toward the middle of the bearing surface so that the string will stay in the middle of the bearing, the responsive bearing is flat and not dipped. To change the bearing simply take the string off and unscrew the yoyo, you may then need to use the circular part of a pair of pliers to pull the bearing off. Then you simply put the new bearing in, screw the yoyo back together, and put the string back on.